General Listing

The following are cultivars introduced by other hybridizers. The prices are listed per double fan, but as a rule, the divisions are much more generous. The notations after the hybridizers’ names indicate awards received. HM = Honorable Mention, AM = Award of Merit, SSM = Stout Silver Medal (the highest award possible in the daylily world). The photos are taken by me, in my garden. Most of them have lived here, unpampered, for at least 4 years and many have been used in my hybridizing program. It may seem disloyal to move them out once I’ve gleaned their genetics, but space is at a premium here at the prairie’s edge.


Aliens in the Garden

Aliens in the Garden*
(Gossard 2011)
HM 2014, AM 2019

7”/34” tall, 3-4br/20 bd
Tetraploid
Mid, dormant

Garnet red with green throat, patterned sepals and petals, unusual form crispate & cascade, some rebloom here.

$ 20 dbl fan


Barristers Choice

Barrister’s Choice*
(Clement 2007)
HM 2016

7”, 36” tall, 2-3br/13bd
Tetraploid
Mid, dormant

Purple with yellow green throat, lighter water mark, petals crispate, sepals often quill.

$ 10 dbl fan


Belle of Ashwood

Belle of Ashwood*
(Norris 2005) HM 2008


5”/28” tall
Tetraploid
Early-mid, dormant

Clear pink with gold bubbled edge above green throat, heavy budding, heat & rain proof. Consistently shows instant rebloom which it passes on to its offspring. Belle is the plant that started me on a mission to create my own northern rebloomers, and is the parent of 5 out of 10 of my first introductions.

$ 20 dbl fan


Black Eyed Jester daylily

Black Eyed Jester
(Gossard 2004)

5”/38” tall
Diploid
Mid, evergreen

Northern hardy evergreen. Smokey purple with a dark purple-black eye, sometimes with a metallic edge. Very green throat. Good for creating patterns. Very pod and pollen fertile.

$ 15 dbl fan


Carol Hean Pardoe

Carol Jean Pardoe*
(Culver 2013)

6”/36”tall, 3-4br/25+bd
Tetraploid
Mid-late, dormant

Orange-red with red chevron eye & ruffled edge, yellow green throat. Vigorous, showy cultivar from Ontario. Great parent for me, throwing saturated color and nice form.

$ 25 dbl fan


Catch You Later

Catch You Later*
(Mussar 2014)


6”/40”tall, 5br/20bd
Tetraploid
Mid-late, dormant

Raspberry rose pink with pale pink watermark and bright green throat. Canadian bred with good plant habit inherited from a Rekamp favorite.

$ 20 dbl fan


Destined to See

Destined to See*
(Grace-L. 1998) HM 2002, AM 2007


6”/24”tall, 4br/25bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, evergreen

Cream yellow with lavender eye & edge, yellow green throat, unusual form. Hardy in my zone 4b garden.

$ 10 dbl fan


Elegant Shell

Elegant Shell
(Carpenter-K. 1991)


6”/26”tall
Diploid
Early-mid, dormant

Pale pink self with green throat, raised cream midribs, sturdy branching. Good substance and lovely flat, open face. Color clarifier which often reblooms for me.

$ 10 dbl fan


Elizabeth Salter daylily

Elizabeth Salter*
(Salter 1990)
HM 1995, AM 1998, SSM 2000

6”/22”tall
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Light melon pink with a golden halo and yellow throat. Wide overlapping petals have fluffy ruffles. Always opens with consistently good form. A classic.

$ 10 dbl fan


Fallen Leaves

Fallen Leaves*
(Bremer 2008)


6”/25” tall, 6br/25bd
Tetraploid
Very late, dormant

Orange-peach with darker eyezone, green throat, ruffles/hooks/braids, fast increase. Starts blooming mid Aug. Vigorous and taller in my garden than registered height. Bred in Wisconsin.

$ 15 dbl fan


Handwriting on the Wall

Handwriting on the Wall*
(Emmerich 2008) HM 2011


6”/24” tall, 4br/18bd
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Dusty pink with wine lavender patterned eye, lavender edge trimmed with ivory gold filigree, yellow to light olive throat, slender foliage, rapid increase. Very hardy pattern bred in Minnesota.

$ 15 dbl fan


Heavenly Pink Butterfly

Heavenly Pink Butterfly
(Gossard 2004)


6”/49”tall, 3br/18bd
Diploid
Mid, dormant

Pink bitone with dark pink eye, very green throat. Sepals lie flat & petals re-curve giving a 3D effect. Very showy, Good parent for me, passing on a form I like and saturated color because of the green throat.

$ 20 dbl fan


I Can Only Imagine daylily

I Can Only Imagine*
(Ripley 2011)

6 1/2”/39”tall, 3br/18bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, dormant

Medium bluish purple with a bluish lavender watermark and a double purple metallic edge. Never a bad hair day. Easy parent, throwing large kids. Reblooms in Iowa for Ripley.

$ 25 dbl fan


Intelligent Design

Intelligent Design*
(Emmerich 2003) HM 2007, AM 2011


6”/36” tall, 3br/15bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, semi-evergreen

Pink-lavender with patterned merlot eye, green throat which spreads onto sepals. Passes pattern, good scapes & rebloom to kids. Bred in Minnesota.

$ 20 dbl fan


Intricate Eyes

Intricate Eyes*
(Lambertson 1995)


5½”/22” tall
Tetraploid
Early-mid, semi- evergreen

Light blue-violet with blue eye. Eye & gold picotee edge penciled with dark violet, green throat. One of the early cultivars used to create patterned eyes.

$ 7 dbl fan


Legends of the Fall

Legends of the Fall
(Bremer 2005)


6½”/36” tall, 4br/26bd
Diploid
Early-mid & Very Late, dormant
Reblooms

Lavender pink with white midrib, great plant habit, massive scapes. Cool morning opener bred in Wisconsin. A parent of one of my introductions.

$ 15 dbl fan


Memorial to Steve

Memorial to Steve*
(Norris 2008) HM 2011


6”/34” tall, 6br/60bd
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Lavender pink with gold edge, green throat, self cleaning (deadheading not necessary), very strong & vigorous, dark green foliage, tree like branching.

$ 25 dbl fan


Mildred Mitchell

Mildred Mitchell*
(Mitchell 1999) HM 2002, AM 2006


7”/26” tall, 4br/26bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, evergreen

Pinkish lavender with blue tinted eye & matching 3/8″ edge, crispate, hardy with some rebloom in my garden.

$ 10 dbl fan


Monacan Trail daylily

Monacan Trail
(Murphy-J.P. 2005) HM 2011

8”/49” tall, 3br/26-45 buds
Diploid
Early-mid, dormant

This fragrant, robust budbuilder can bloom for 80 days. A great parent for me, passing on the green throat, purple band and open form. Currently has 20 registered offspring.

$ 15 dbl fan


Night Embers

Night Embers*
(Stamile 1997) IM 2007

5”/30” tall
Tetraploid
Early-mid, semi-evergreen

Fragrant dark cherry red double with white picotee edges, creating a lacy effect. Well branched, vigorous, pod and pollen fertile.

$ 10 dbl fan


Rolling Like a River

Rolling Like a River
(Shooter-E. 2001)


7”/46” tall, 4br/21bd
Diploid
Early-mid, dormant

Light yellow with a center blaze of green. Open UF spatulate with sepals that curl & crimp. Great substance. Fertile both ways.


$ 10 dbl fan


Remembering Joan

Remembering Joan*
(Schaben 2001)
HM 2004


6”/28” tall, 4br/25-30bd
Tetraploid
Mid, evergreen

Violet purple with a rose watermark, green throat, fine white edge. Nice candelabra branching, very winter hardy (hybridized in Minnesota), consistent performer. Fertile both ways.


$10 dbl fan


Queensbury Rules

Queensbury Rules*
(Moldovan 2005)


6”/34” tall, 4br/25bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, semi-evergreen

Imperial purple blend with smokey grey violet eye & picotee edge, green-yellow throat, flat, dark green foliage, vigorous.

$10 dbl fan


Scattered Through Time daylily

Scattered Through Time*
(Bremer 2013)

5 1/2”/27” tall, 2-4br/25-30 buds
Tetraploid
Mid-late, dormant

Chalky eyezone with a gold edge that is passed to its offspring. Makes a great clump. Easily fertile both ways, and reblooms for me, so I have used it a lot.

$20 dbl fan


Smuggler's Revelry

Smuggler’s Revelry*
(Branch 2001)


4‘/26” tall, 4br/35bd
Tetraploid
Mid, dormant
Reblooms

Rose mango blend with light mango watermark, yellow to lime green throat. Bloom sometimes has more than 3 petals and sepals, or has extra tissue on the petal’s rib.

$ 10 dbl fan


Spirit Fox

Spirit Fox*
(Culver 2001) HM 2011


6”/27” tall, 3br/18bd
Tetraploid
Mid, dormant

Spiced orange self, yellow throat, green heart. Vigorous Canadian bred beauty with great substance.

$ 20 dbl fan


Substantial Evidence

Substantial Evidence
(Norris 2003) HM 2008


6”/33” tall, 3br/20bd
Diploid
Mid, dormant

Yellow with orange overlay and green throat. Sun & rain proof, nocturnal opener. Color varies with temp and time of day. Passes on flat form and great substance to its offspring. Parent of two of my first introductions.

$ 20 dbl fan


Sweet June daylily

Sweet June*
(Ripley 2013)

7”/29” tall, 3br/18 buds
Tetraploid
Mid-late, semi-evergreen

Fragrant cream with a lavender blushed eye on petals and sepals, crimped lavender edge and green throat. Its form works well to produce UFs and spiders. A good color clarifier, June is fertile both ways.

$ 20 dbl fan


The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon

The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon*
Faulkner 2013


5”/36” tall, 5br/25bd
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Mauve with large green throat etched in violet. Unusual form spatulate, good plant habit, reblooms for me. Faulkner advises that it doesn’t do well warmer than zone 7.

$ 25 dbl fan


Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass*
(Petit 2001)


6”/24“ tall
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Salmon-pink with complex eye of 8 bands, green throat. Pattern’s appearance varies with temperature.

$ 10 dbl fan


Undivided Heart

Undivided Heart*
(Emmerich 2008)


5”/26” tall, 4br/20bd
Tetraploid
Mid, semi-evergreen

Pale peachy pink with red eye & edge above olive throat. Grows very rapidly. Scapes are more consistent when not crowded. Bred in Minnesota.

$ 10 dbl fan


Viola Vernetta

Viola Vernetta*
(Owen 2009)


6”/28” tall, 3br/22bd
Tetraploid
Early-mid, dormant
Reblooms

Apricot self with ruffled edge, strong scape, consistent round form, very heavy substance, and often 2 scapes/fan (which it passes to its offspring, along with its beautiful edge). Great breeder for me (thank you, Paul!).

$ 20 dbl fan


Web of Intrigue

Web of Ingrigue*
(Stamile 1999) HM 2003, ESB 2006, RWM 2007, AM 2007


6”/30” tall, 5br/35bd
Tetraploid
Extra Early, evergreen

One of my first tetraploids to bloom. Opens flat & early with good substance. Pale orange sherbet with etched pattern of 1/2″ lavender band between 2 purple bands, citron green throat. Vigorous and reblooms some for me.

$ 10 dbl fan



Wild One

Wild One
(Wild 1978) HM 1985


7”/34” tall
Diploid
Mid, dormant

Diamond dusted golden yellow with yellow green throat, rose blush edges. Unique look and a good parent.

$ 7 dbl fan